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For versions of macOS X 10.9 Mavericks and later, this code will provide you the version of both Xcode and Command Line Tools for Xcode, if either are installed: # Xcode if pkgutil --pkgs=com.apple.pkg.Xcode >/dev/null; then echo Xcode: $(pkgutil --pkg-info=com.apple.pkg.Xcode | awk '/version:/ {print $2}') else echo Xcode: not installed fi # ...


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Same problem here It was fixed after opening Xcode and going to Window/Devices and Simulators. There select your iPhone and wait for the process of "Copying cache files from device" to finish Then they can go back to their normal flutter workflow.


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The easiest way to solve this is delete these unfinished apps from your devices. Just delete them like you would any other app - directly on the phone. You can also use the "Devices & Simulators" window in Xcode to delete them. If you have a lot, it is perhaps a bit faster. If you have deleted the apps, but still get the error, then you need to remove ...


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Sadly it seems like it's an issue with Apple's tooling. See also https://forums.developer.apple.com/thread/129263. Nothing to do but remove Sign In with Apple (not an option for me), or simply wait for Apple to fix this :(


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You can download it from Apple's developer site here: https://developer.apple.com/download/more/ Just search for "xcode 10" and you'll be able to download any version of Xcode 10. Another option would be this third party site that has a nice overview of all the release versions: https://xcodereleases.com The download links still go directly to Apple's ...


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You should use wget/ curl based methods and Apple Developer website for downloading it. I am not a fan of App Store managing huge downloads. Since I am not doing iOS development, I can work with old version too, so don't need App Store to recognise the download and give me an update. Can't update Xcode Download older version of Xcode? I don't know ...


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You don't really need a separate app for cleaning Xcode files. I frequently do it manually, when the build logs are old, irrelevant. You can navigate to that ~/Library/Developer folder and remove what you don't like. Be careful not to remove UserData or you'll lose your preferences. I remove simulators because I don't need them. Reduce size of the Xcode ...


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It looks like CocoaPods 1.9.0, the latest version as of this writing, depends on a newer version of Ruby than 2.3.7. But macOS Mojave only includes Ruby 2.3.7, so you have a few different options. Upgrade to macOS Catalina and get Ruby 2.6.3 Use Ruby Version Manager to install a newer version of Ruby Install an older version of CocoaPods sudo gem install ...


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